It was a busy weekend of men’s Division I soccer action with the start of conference tournaments and the final regular season games for most teams. Check out which individual performances stood out.
TDS Player of the Week: Jackson Morgan, Navy
TDS Team of the Week (Nov. 3-9):
GK Jackson Morgan, Navy: Morgan made four saves over the course of 107 minutes to lead Navy to a 1-0 win over Army in front of 10,168 fans at PPL Park on Friday. Morgan saved a penalty kick in overtime, which was his second successful PK save this season. It was Morgan’s seventh shutout of the season.
D Jordi Lluch, Winthrop: Lluch was the key piece of the defense that only allowed four shots against Radford. Winthrop secured the 1-0 victory, which spoiled Radford's bid for an unblemished league record.
D Phanuel Kavita, Clemson: The senior captain scored the game-winning penalty kick after playing 110 minutes at center back against Wake Forest in the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament.
D Vincent Keller, Creighton: Scored a goal and went the full 90 minutes in the Creighton defense that shut out Providence in a 3-0 win over Friday.
M Mael Corboz, Maryland: Corboz scored the opening goal against Rutgers in both of Maryland's victories last week. Corboz, a transfer from Rutgers, struck the game-winner against his former side on Sunday to send the Terps to the Big Ten semifinals.
M Conor Agnew, Charlotte: Agnew scored his first goal of the season on Friday in an important 2-1 win for the 49ers. Agnew's goal was the game-winner, which clinched the Conference USA regular season title.
M Patrick Hodan, Notre Dame: Hodan had a goal and an assist in Notre Dame's 3-0 win over Virginia in the ACC quarterfinal on Sunday.
M Max Moller, Ohio State: The senior midfielder had an assist in both of Ohio State's victories over Michigan last week as the Buckeyes clinched the second spot in the conference tournament and then advanced to the semifinal round.
F Derek Vogel, Navy: The former U.S. U20 Men’s National Team defender netted the game-winning goal in double overtime against Army on Friday. It was Vogel’s second goal of the season and his first game-winner.
F Jason Wright, Rutgers: Wright scored two goals and contributed three assists during a stretch of three games in four days for Rutgers. The freshman forward from Jamaica was a terror against the Badgers in the play-in game for the Big Ten tournament.
F Jordan Jones, Oregon State: The freshman forward scored twice in Oregon State's wild 4-3 victory over California. The victory marked the first time since 2003 Oregon State has swept California in conference play.
Others considered: Patrick Wall (Notre Dame), Corey Baird (Stanford), Khiry Shelton (Oregon State), Connor Brandt (San Diego), Tim Kreutz (Michigan State), Colin Webb (Indiana), Ivan Gutierrez (Louisville)